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Truth Revolt | “I’m not worried about taking a risk. It’s more important to defend our way of life.”

Paul Craig Roberts | Monday, June 15, 2015, is the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta.

The Hill | Two 2016 presidential competitors have joined forces to get a ban on the indefinite detention of U.S. citizens included in an annual defense policy bill.

Reuters | Prosecutors charged two U.S. men on Friday of plotting to help the Islamic State militant group by beheading Americans.

The Washington Times | The House voted Thursday to halt the government’s probing of Americans’ emails and other data.

PINAC | A Miami police officer killed a homeless man, shooting him five times Thursday outside a public library for failing to drop a stick he was holding.

Charlie Skelton | I’ve extended the hand of friendship to one of the group’s most prominent members – now what’s called for is some public exposure.

Charlie Skelton | Even a lecture on the convicted criminals due to arrive or a chat about ‘shameless’ HSBC didn’t deter Austria’s officers from yet another ID check.

Daily Caller | Zoltan Istvan argues that atheists should have the right to skip airport security entirely, because atheists “aren’t attracted to terrorism.”

London Guardian | Report by official reviewer of counter-terrorism laws also says power to issue interception warrants should be transferred from ministers to judges.

Free Thought Project | If you have nothing to hide you have nothing to fear……unless you’re a 75-year-old woman with tall grass.

Mac Slavo | The blogosphere is sounding off about a pending new Obama policy that would impact not only the 2nd Amendment, but the 1st Amendment as well.

Daily Caller | The latest thing some American college professor has deemed racist.

RT | A testimony by TSA whistleblowers before a Senate panel says that the agency is suffering from low morale and a culture of “fear and distrust.”

Michael Krieger | The United States Department of Justice is using federal grand jury subpoenas to identify anonymous commenters engaged in typical internet bluster.

Free Thought Project | Casebolt’s attorney confirmed his resignation today.

Carlos Miller | A trial date has not been set but Slager faces between to 30 years to life in prison if convicted.

Financial Times | Technology has made it possible for employers to monitor employees more closely than ever.

Zero Hedge | A major publisher of scholarly medical and science articles has retracted 43 papers because of “fabricated” peer reviews.

Adan Salazar | “This is a para-military action, done by para-military thugs. This is not a police force.”

Free Thought Project | A man was shot in the face after running away from Baltimore police Sunday morning.

ABC 7 | SWAT was trying to flush out shoplifting suspect.

Washington’s Blog | “Everything Secret Degenerates”

Michael Snyder | Does the Army expect that there will soon be “disaster stricken” areas all over the country?

Zero Hedge | Just when you thought you knew what the government’s spy state was up to – thanks to Ed Snowden’s heroics – along comes the National Security Analysis Cneter (NSAC).

New American | The agency is the National Security Analysis Center.

Bloomberg | Google Inc. Co-Founder Sergey Brin said one of its driverless car was involved in another rear-end accident.

Prison Planet.com | Infowars reporter Rob Dew breaks down the upcoming Bilderberg Group meeting and reveals what partial information we have about their agenda.

Washington Times | Officials say a suspect who was taken into custody on Tuesday night had planned to behead a police officer.

CNS News | A combined 55 percent of respondents said abortion should be illegal in all circumstances or in all but a few circumstances.

Zero Hedge | “They are a secret government,” operating way above the law, and are “way out of control.”

Free Thought Project | It seems that the Chicago police department is involved in a massive cover-up.

CBS Atlanta | For the first time ever, scientists have linked prescription drugs that affect the central nervous system to an increased risk of committing a homicide.

New American | The Obama administration and the GOP establishment are determined to continue spying on you.

London Telegraph | Bad news, tall men with a poor sense of boundaries: the NYPD have had enough of your nonsense.

Zero Hedge | Cops are disengaging from discretionary enforcement activity.

Washington’s Blog | The Patriot Act isn’t needed to keep us safe.

Star Tribune | Small aircraft circled downtown Minneapolis, 2 malls for hours.

New American | If you want our freedoms restored, well, as they say, don’t hold your breath.

Washington’s Blog | The Problem Isn’t Too Little Spying … It’s Too Much.

Steve Watson | Detective tells family incident was “suicide by cop”

Truth Revolt | Keep staring until you see the sexism.

EAG News | “Children will no longer be able to have a packed lunch.”

Michael Snyder | Did you really think that Baltimore would return to normal after everything that has happened?

RT | The police officers at the center of the storm have defended their actions and the use of force.

Michael Snyder | Barack Obama is the most powerful president in all of U.S. history.

London Telegraph | Robots, called LAWS – lethal autonomous weapons systems – will be able to kill without human intervention.

Prison Planet.com | Michael Ozias an independent film maker talks to infowars about his new film “Of Dogs And Men”.

John W. Whitehead | We now have a fourth branch of government.

EAG News | A California school district wants to use facial recognition to automatically log students in and out of their school-issued iPads, but parents aren’t convinced it’s a good idea.

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